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Thread: This might make you feel better

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    I just want it to be o one time schedule or the other all year long and not change back and forth.
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    Another sign of spring coming soon: I saw a whole flock of robins yesterday! In Michigan, that usually means spring is not far away!

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    I start work at 2:30 AM. I am not happy with the time changes. I wish they would leave it one way or the other.
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    Keep the time the same year round. This back and forth time change just creates stress for me.

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    Despise the time changes! There is only so much daylight in a day, no matter how you slice it. If it is important to be up earlier or later let each individual decide that. It takes me six weeks to adjust.

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    I do seem to feel better during DLT but I think it's really because it's spring & summer & has nothing to do with the time showing on the clock. I just wish we would stay one time year round and stop the back & forth changing. THAT stresses me - and it gets worse the older I get...

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    I,too, wish the time did not change; I don't like DST. It takes me weeks to adjust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan View Post
    Really? That early? Goodness, I do wish they would just give up and stay on the same time all year round.
    I too wish there was never a time change. Growing up we never seemed to have a problem with the time. I personally can't understand the need-except for some who want the day to be longer during the summer - which it isn't just the time is an hour different-makes no real sense.

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    I am over the moon over the time change coming up. I lost my DH last summer and right about the time we got off of DST, my eye doctor limited me to daytime driving. From Thanksgiving to MLK Day, I felt like I had been dropped into a bottomless pit or, even worse, had been told to take 12 giant steps toward the rest home. I am a morning person but I felt so trapped by those 8 hours of daylight. I couldn't do anything at night, even church activities. I live in a remote part of the county. Funny thing, now that we're about to move into more afternoon daylight and it doesn't matter as much, I see the eye doc this week and she says I am OK for night driving. I think the good Lord has missed me at evening church activities, LOL!
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    I have had a bad case of "winter doldrums" and I am soooooooo looking forward to the time change. Some of us really need that daylight. I envy those of you who are winter people. I am like a turtle in winter Want to pull into my shell and hibernate. Hurray for Spring

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